Explanation of lines 40-47 in Act 3, Scene 4 of  As You Like It?

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Celia:

He is a fine men who writes fine verses, speaks in a fine accent, makes fine promises and breaks them finely thus, breaking the heart of his love. He is like a junior inexperienced rider at tilting who rides his horse unsteadily only on one side and breaks his spear on the wrong way of the shield and makes a fool of himself. Still all love that is guided by folly and ruled by youth is fine.

"Here Celia is making fun of Orlando in a sarcastic way." 

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